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April 2018 App Service update

Kubernetes and Docker Compose come to App Service

Now you can bring your Kubernetes Pod Definitions or Docker Compose files to App Service and run multi container solutions in a fully managed PaaS solution with all the App Service features and ease of use you are already familiar with. Learn more about these scenarios in our announcement blog.

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Linux and Docker on App Service Environments

You can now create Linux and Docker apps in your App Service Environment to take advantage of the advanced scaling and networking features. Learn more in the announcement blog.

New App Service plan options for Linux and Docker on App Service

Now you can get started with Linux and Docker on App Service with a free B1 App Service plan for 30 days.
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As well as access to the more powerful and cost effective PV2 Instances for production workloads.

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App Service Authentication/Authorization for Linux Apps

You can now enable Authentication/Authorization on your Linux App Service Apps just as easy as you do for Windows hosted apps. Learn more in our announcement blog.

Docker Logs in portal

You can now access your Docker logs directly form the portal under Container Settings.
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Azure Functions on Linux and Docker

Earlier in the year we started the preview of Azure Functions on Linux, we are now extending this by including Docker as another hosting option.
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New Functions Monitoring powered by Application Insights

Application Insights is the preferred monitoring solution for Azure Functions and we have made enabling it super easy.
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TLS configuration

You can now define the minimum TLS version for your apps. You can find this setting under SSL Settings. This feature applies to Windows, Linux and Docker Web apps, Mobile apps and API apps as well as Azure Functions. Learn more in our announcement blog.
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Fine grain FTP configuration

You can now configure FTP to enforce connections over FTPS or disable this publishing endpoint completely. This feature applies to Windows, Linux and Docker Web apps, Mobile apps and API apps as well as Azure Functions. Learn more in our announcement blog.

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Snapshots: a new way to back up your App

Snapshots is a new premium feature for backing up the content of your app. You can find it under Backup in the left menu. Learn more in our announcement blog.
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New pricing options and scale up experience

We have revised the pricing for App Service instances and re-vamped the experience to provide more information and make it easier to choose the right size for your app. Read more in our announcement blog.
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App Settings now sorted alphabetically

This feature was one of the top 10 most requested features in our UserVoice forum and we are happy to deliver.
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If you have any questions about any of this features or App Service in general be sure to check our forums in MSDN and Stack Overflow.

For any feature requests or ideas check out our User Voice

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